The VA Is Testing an Implant That Could Allow Paralyzed Veterans to Walk Again

Good News Notes: “Five years ago, Marine Lance Cpl. Joshua Burch became the first paralyzed service member to walk to his own promotion ceremony, wearing an exoskeleton that helped him walk and stand to receive his corporal chevrons. Now medically retired, Burch, 26, hopes again to be a trailblazer — the first Department of Veterans Affairs patient…

Veterans Breakfast Club uses TikTok to share war stories, foster community

Good News Notes: “The Veterans Breakfast Club is thriving on TikTok, amassing nearly thirty thousand followers on the video sharing platform while sharing content that ranges from deeply personal war stories to lighthearted moments unique to military culture. Look no further for the latter than the group’s most-watched video, one featuring a Navy corpsman’s lime green underwear blowing down…

Homeless Man Chases Away Anti-Asian Harasser on NYC Train as Bystanders Watched

Good News Notes: “What happened: The 34-year-old victim, who wishes to remain anonymous, was on a southbound Q train at the 96th Street Subway Station at 11:30 p.m., when the male suspect directed anti-Asian statements at her, according to authorities. The man sitting across from her began “spewing random racist crap” while pointing his finger in her…